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is my favorite story. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: scott brown's truck is for sale on craigslist. ♪ nah, nah, nah, nah ♪ >> stephanie: washington state has voted for same-sex marriage. and in minnesota richard karlbahbah joins us now. good morning richard. >> good morning, thanks for having me on. >> stephanie: congratulations for your quality news from minnesota. >> it's fantastic. >> stephanie: the news could hardly be better this week. it takes away that talking point, right? >> yeah and the great thing is that the united states didn't just beat them when they are on defense, which we have done in the state house in the past but we beat them when the national organization for marriage was on offense, and they have been so successful on offense, and that i think -- and they lost in the heartland of this country, so the midwest's values are not buying what they are selling anymore, that's for sure. >> stephanie: yeah, it really is exciting. they even sound like dinosaurs. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: tony perkins our goo
jerry brown is doing to get additional revenue to eliminate the need to cut education spending. he is increasing the tax rate on the wealthy. increasing sales tax and getting $6 billion a year of extra revenue in the state. the public voted for it. >> the public understands that. that's why the public re-elected president obama. that's been his exact position, and i'm proud of the residents here who voted for that because our children deserve that. they deserve to be taken care of in terms of not being on the chopping block. >> eliot: i think jerry brown defense a fair bit of credit. he was taking a lot of swings and arrows headed his way. he said if you don't go for this, i have to cut your education. and the rest of the nation should look at california. you are big. the set the example often. the public said this makes sense. the president can say to john boehner, the public supports it. >> governor brown led the charge on this. he was steady, focused and he did not relent, and did not allow anyone to push him back on that. we won and you're right. i think the country is ready fo
brown and his candid take on key measures. and now we'll get the back story why ad gurus rich silverstein and jeff goodby just don't like politics. we'll start with chris lehans. this is a predictable outcome and in other respects overoverwhelmoverwhelming gains in the u.s. senate, drug policies in states, gay marriage in ways we haven't seen in the past. what is your perspective of what is going on in this country. >> people will look back at this a tipping point of election in our country. what people talk about the demographic turnout and the importance of latino votes and women. a lot of people spent a lot of time on latinos, which is important in how it plays you had in politics, but i'm fascinateed by not only of the fact that they made, made the millennials in our they look at the issues. in some ways they're the type of data that you see from the greatest generation. they carry nor mustily about the greater issues and the world around them, and a little bit less of what's in it for me and more what's in it for us. the results that you're seeing on some of the progressi
. an then legendary willie brown with key measures that move the vote. and now that the onslaught of the elections is finally oh over let's get the back story of why jeff goodby does in the like politics. but first we have chris lehans. the elections were predictable but in some respects unpredictable. there were gains in women in the senate, the drug challenge and gay marriage in ways we haven't seen in the past. a when is your sense on this election in history. >> i think people will look back at this election as a tipping point in the country. what you saw was a demographic turnout in terms of the latino vote the women and a lot of people spend at least time on latino, which is arguably arguably important in how it turns out politics but the millennial and how they voted. the millennials are folks in this country in terms of how they look at issues. in some ways they're a lot like the type of data you wouldn't have seen from the greatest generation. they carry another care enormously about the world around them, rather than what is in it for me, it's what is in it for us. it reflects the fact t
. i covered the whitman and brown campaign and whitman outspent jerry brown by six times and she lost really bad. by 6 points at least. and that -- in california, it never matters if there are billionaires money doesn't matter in california elections but in national elections it always has. the traditional wisdom has now been bucked by this particular election. >> eliot: right. i think of the national spending patterns as well. you saw the sheldon adelsons. it is not clear to me all of his money, he backed a sequence of losers. somebody ed he was 0-9, all of the money simply bounced off of voter's consciousness. what will those funders say next time? >> you would have to ask sheldon adelson what he thought? i did meet some of these characters at some of the conventions. had a nice long talk with foster friess but what i think they're getting is somebody to listen to them, a place to put their money where their mouth is and where their values are. they may value that more than winning any particular race. >> eliot:
to ask that michael brown? what do you say? >>guest: well, first and foremost i will not second-guess anyone. if a decision is made to close a mobile center because of risk to human life that is reasonable. but closing a fixed facility, a regular building, a business of some sort because you have a increase easter coming in does not make sense. what they should have done and what perhaps they are doing, we are flying blind here but all the disaster assistance employees in the community relations specialist, ought to be out in the field. i have eastbound your footage and it is not like there is 12' of snow or the roads aricked over they should be out there getting in the community to let people know what to do and not just over fox news but knocking on the doors and running it like a political campaign going door-to-door. shear where you can get help or we will be closed and come back tomorrow. here is how you register. >>neil: what stands out and this is why i mentioned heck of a job brownie and we have talked about this before, during katrina, even with your protest, with presi
is let's just appeal to the new coalition of barbies browns, young people angry liberals. we are spending over $2 million in pennsylvania on television. we would not be spending it unless we sensed an opportunity there. >> north carolina, florida virginia? >> all three of those states, plus indiana are comfortably out of the obama column where they were in 2008 and into the republican column. i think romney gets 279 to 281. >> i think this is premature. >> do you believe that ohio has been settled. >> no, i don't. we've got to be careful about calling things when we have 991 votes separating the two candidates and a quarter of the vote to count. >> karl rove said we should figure out what the deal is. >> the doubt that karl rove has attempted to place. >> you are comfortable with the call in ho i how? >> he's angry and pushing his finger in the air and looking sideways and looking mean and angry. >> that's awkward. >> they irradiated him as a rich guy who didn't care about ordinary people when he was on the side of ugly stuff about bain capitol and being a rich guy and i think he appropri
that they want scott brown back in the senate. they don't want susan rice to be secretary of state. you know what they want to be secretary of state? john kerry. and we know that you know, this is from anastacia who writes this. these two men are trying to get scott brown back in the senate and trashing susan rice to get kerry as secretary of state. i could not agree more, ans at a sha. the liberals are all afraid if you make john kerry john kerry secretary of state scott brown he's sitting there in his truck in massachusetts, he's got a big fund raising apparatus he's ready to campaign. he has the ground organization ready. and he will just try to snatch up john kerry's seat. you know what? the folks in massachusetts might go ahead and vote for him just to watch him and elizabeth warren have to be colleagues together after their ugly campaign. voters have done much sillier things. i was in california when austrian weightlifter got to be governor. i think that's a really good point. i think you're seeing them doing
kaine and sherrod brown would have to look for a new job. he got nothing right! >> you can be bad at calling stuff but to be that blind. >> bill: what's on twitter? >> we're tweeting at bp show. you talked about karl rove. you talked about all of the money, he's some explaining to do. blue rabbit said we should send shirts to the koch brothers saying i paid millions for an election and all i got was this lousy t-shirt. >> bill: i like that. >> we were just talking about the breakdown of -- >> bill: the "the obama hate machine" ran out of gas. >> send him a couple of copies of the book maybe. you were talking about how people voted for obama. chuck on twitter says latinos deported romney and women shut that whole thing down by voting for obama. >> bill: i like that. >> we're tweeting at bp show. find us there. >> bill: melissa is in pulaski, virginia. >> caller: hello, how are you? >> bill: i'm fine. what's your take on all of this? >> caller: it is ironic. i was looking at today, all of the different groups, th
many black and brown people, and so many white voters, by the way, don't vote for the republican party. >> yeah, i think that was well said. i think a lot of white people are turned off by this old style stuff. joanie, my question to you, my dear friend, how do you explain romney, who left the stage with such grace on election night, i'll tribute to that forever the way he did it, now going back over this again saying they bought the minority vote. this is the kind of thing he was saying during the campaign, remember. he was saying, they get rid of work requirement for welfare because he had to pay off his base. the feeding of the base. it's a theme he's still pushing. >> why does he say it, chris? because he really believes it. they really believe this is what it's all about and we've all been paid off. as cynthia says, i'm still waiting for my gifts, too. the thing that irks me to hear the two people from wisconsin speak so dismisses ively about their own population and own state -- i mean, paul ryan lost his own district, his city, his hometown, which is not a particularly urban pla
. scott brown did the same thing by the way. can i give a brief hurrah for my senator. that's senator professor warren. >> stephanie: what do you mean by that, willard thought he was a talk show host. >> caller: he started believing all these crazy people. i would point out that if he and scott brown both made the same mistake, the only common factor is eric fernstr oh om. you said romney was a dumber politician than dan quayle and sarah palin combined. >> caller: it's true. if all the stories are true of how stunned he was. i didn't think he was stupid. how does anybody interpret the polls as at least close, there is a possibility that you might loss. >> stephanie: whether you want to talk about blame the storm or chris christie, the president was ahead in all the battleground before that. >> caller: and forever. even after the first debate de debackel, which was allegedly the game changer. >> stephanie: you say how can democrats may republicans pay aside from dissociating myself from the comments. i mean, it's basically how they should deal with this fiscal cliff thing to start with
was able to watch part of her debate with scott brown and she made a lot of sense talking about the economic challenges that face us. i hope that her voice is heard in washington during the lame duck session. her prescription for the economy is what the voters chose. and the lame duck -- our elected officials during the lame duck session, i think should pay attention to that. >> bill: right. you're darn right she did a good job in the debates. why do you think scott brown canceled the last debate? charles is calling from birmingham alabama. what do you say? >> buenos dias senor. >> bill: buenos dias. >> caller: bill, i have not heard a lot of discussion about how the withdrawal from afghanistan might affect the budget negotiations. >> bill: yeah, that raises a very good question, charles. inappreciate hearing from you on this veterans day. the president has talked about that terry. he's said, without maybe -- i haven't heard a specific number but one of the advantages of ending the war in iraq and drawing down
, jerry brown's proposition 30 which is kind of similar to what's been going on here in washington right? he couldn't get anything through the legislature so he went to the people and got his plan passed. >> yes, people in california really got it. they want their children's futures secured. and they're willing to pay a bit more to make sure that our kids have the quality public education that california prides itself on. so it was an uphill battle of course but governor brown took the leadership to really push that prop 30 forward so the people of california have spoken. thank goodness. i hope that members of congress really understand that this is -- it is, bill, very similar to what happened. >> bill: yeah, it was a combination -- he didn't use all of the same rhetoric of president obama, the combination of spending cuts and tax increases and new revenue right? which has got to be the solution. >> absolutely. i think what we have to be careful of is that these cuts are proper cuts that they don't create havoc
brown went to college campus to get support for this. he got it. >> california is in a financial mess and they raised taxes and passed proposition 30 that reallies taxes again. >>rian: now you will not do business there. >> california reelected president obama by a 20 point margin because they want a bailout. they think the second obama term will bail them out of their financial problemms. they are raising taxes leftt, right and and pushing businesses out of the state and they want a bailout and i think at point they will probably get >> brian: in terms of me doing the action thriller in california. i will turn it down. >> would you do life of brian two? >> brian: i am thinking about it >> we worship you oh, brian. >> brian: we'll have to see. see you stewart varney. >> my pleasure. >> brian: day one of the next four yearings. he died and went to heaven and now the neurosurgeon has the number one book in the country and answering your questions for crossing over for one full week. we'll have the answer. "fox and friends" right now x. 49 percent of the americans on government assistanc
evil battle today, evil won. wow. wow. stop making julie brown's work easier -- >> is it on? hi, this is victoria jackson. spokes model for the tea party, and i just want to say the election is coming up and do not vote for obama for -- for a multiplex of reasons. b, he is a communist, c, which you are not supposed to say, but it's obvious, and 2 he is all about gay rights gay this gay that, gay kissing on "glee." that has to be every parent's worst nightmare for their kid to be gay. thank god i have daughters because they can't be gay. >> stephanie: right. >> i sat on my ukulele so i'm playing a spatula. ♪ god made man and women too ♪ ♪ it was his idea that ever male should take a female for a mate ♪ ♪ you never see two bulls in love ♪ ♪ or two rams ♪ ♪ and at the bottom of the sea there is nothing going on with little boy crabs ♪ ♪ please dear god, don't let him grow up to ate pop sickles or other frozen desserts because it sends the wrong message ♪ >> oh vote for romney r-o-m-k-n-e-e. >> stephanie: and then victoria jackson turns on c
rose professor at brown university from providence, row identify land and i would like to welcome hugo switzer and he teaches on gender studies. thank you both for joining us. tricia, i want to start with you. how do you think that--this is a question we've all been asking--how can somebody whose entire career and life was built around an ethical code, honor and integrity how can he breach the trust that he had built and put his entire career at risk? >> well, i mean, there's no question that those are ethical standards to which all humans strife, but rarely reach all the time. so of course this is a very visible flaming demise of his articulating these values. but i think we want to remember that humans are flawed and humans make mistakes, and when you couple that with the ways in which people get intoxicated with power, it's not unable to imagine that some would have these failings. i think we should be more--not make excuses but we should under that that's very likely to happen. >> jennifer: well, so i'm interested in the dynamic on this. hugo, you wrote a very it fascinating piece
was the inspiration for the hit rolling stone song brown sugar are headed to auction. cbs tells us that the notes that mick jagger wrote to his former lover marsha hunt are going to sotheby's to being auctioned off. a set of ten letters detailing their delicate love affair around 1970 o will likely fetch well over $100,000. >> bill: why is she selling those? >> they're in some collection or some attic or whatever. they're going to the auction block. steamy details. >> did he call her brown sugar in the letters? >> i don't know. rule's have to buy them for $100 and find out. >> bill: this makes me wonder what general petraeus' e-mails would sell for. before we get -- so do we have to start there? i don't know. i want to start on something else. the story that i find most intrigueing this morning eric burns is you're married. >> yes, i am. >> bill: okay. does maria drive? >> that's one word for it. yes, she does. >> oh! >> she's a fantastic driver. she's like mario andretti. when i'm in the car when anyone
and in a very significant victory that was led by jerry brown much to his credit. what will the president offered? has he put numbers on the table that you're aware of that say to the republicans here is a deal you must accept? >> i don't know that he has. i was gratified to hear rich trumka coming out of a meeting with the president. look, what the formulation has got to be is that we end the absurd situation where one out of four profitability corporations pays nothing in federal taxes. we're losing over $100 billion every year because the rich and corporations are putting their money in the cayman islands. we have triple military spending since 1997, spending almost as much as the rest of the world combined. in other words eliot, there are fair ways to do deficit reduction without doing as the republicans want cutting social security which by the way has nothing to do with the deficit. cutting medicare benefits, medicaid benefits or education. >> eliot: look, the ratio that i referenced earlier where last year, the bargain
is harder now that scott brown is not around. >> the first caucus in history in the history of civilized government to have a majority of women and minorities in the caucus. you can applaud that. >> clap, clap, that's my job. msnbc outlines what else to expect. >> one of the first orders of business for congressmen freshman is which iphone to use. >> they can have iphone? no wonder nothing gets done. they're all playing "angry birds." then there is hazing. they must spend five minutes each having a conversation with darrell issa. which is cruel. finally take the time as a freshman think book. who can forget boehner's crazy hat day and i'm with stupid shirt eric cantor wore when he appeared with fellow freshman todd akin. it's all very mr. smith goes to washington made real by the jimmy stewart impersonating michigan mcconnell. >> if you can't human rights from a punch in
another special election in massachusetts and then scott brown is back. >> jennifer: of course. >> but you know, what's interesting about that my sense of it and i have a lot of family in massachusetts, you know, i have a feeling that duval patrick, should he decide to run in that special election, would be a real heavy favorite for it and also would be a great united states senator. so that might work through. that's an interesting kind of -- again, musical chairs. >> jennifer: i was just going to say that duval of course, might be up for another position which is -- eric holder, right? which one would he -- you know, head in the direction of? >> you know, i tell you i think if duval patrick had a chance to be in the united states senate, he might take that over the a. g. slot. he's a very competent lawyer. a very experienced lawyer. worked for a lot of companies and corporations before he ran for governor. but you know, it is a tricky one. the other one, i throw this at you, a crazy -- not so crazy actually but col
they want to move there, because there are too many brown people. just saying. they're kind of trapped. it's funny they're trapped on this continent. they can't go to hawaii, because obama was born there! >> stephanie: moving to kenya? ok. [ laughter ] >> we have a full on lineup. the rude pundit coming up. it just gets more and more entertaining every day. apparently, the mean will be yelling at the american people for four years. american people of stupid. ok. martha plimpton on the big show today. [ applause ] >> emails about this, wow! not saying moor losers, teresa wrote portland's progressive radio station was taken away, friday night. that's one of the most successful stations in the. >> country. republicans don't carry about business. >> stephanie: now it's fox sports radio. now it's the 7,000th sports station. timing is obvious with the election several days ago. they just replayed us on saturdays. we weren't on full time because they had a local show. thank god for current tv. >> stephanie: thanks, teresa. curious that. hmm. >> i thought republicans were all about business sense.
? >> stephanie: yes. do you saute until brown? yes. how much dill? you know what people i can't come to all of your houses. do it to taste. >> why would you put salt on something that has sauerkraut. that would be flower overkill. >> stephanie: don't bother me. >> i need more salt on my anchovies. >> stephanie: i would think bacon. >> i think bacon would take care of the salt. >> stephanie: listen, trust my mom. >> all right, i do. >> stephanie: all right. now we bring you. >> take an entire pig and slaughter-- >> stephanie: the recount over obama's re-election. hard to keep track. is it me or are people losing their--bleep-- >> caller: the right wing is. >> stephanie: give me music for this. some of the nation ceos took out their frustration on their employees. this is toddler spinning on their back in the walmart parking lot. nothing has changed from tuesday to thursday, except obama won and they're freaking out. one ceo said a prayer to his employees and then laid off half of them. john schnatte, because his 40,000-square-foot house is not enough. he said they would have to cut hours fro
to a 1-4 record. despite the poor start lakers is giving coach mike brown a vote of confidence and kobe bryant is telling fans to chill out. >>> scottie pippen tells one way that president obama is just like mike. he took to the court with the president's team for his traditional election day basketball day. pippen said no one wanted to hit jordan back in the day and no one wants to hit the president now. as pippen put it, when the president drives on the basket, the lane opens up wide enough for his motorcade to come through. >>> staying chuck strong for chuck pagano while battling leukemia. two dozen players got their head shaved this week in support of their coach. he showed up in the locker room on sunday. surprising coats with a 5-3 record take on jacksonville tonight. that's a quick look at sports for you. >>> the next hour of "cnn newsroom" starts right now. stories we're watching right now in the newsroom, a new wave of misery in the northeast. first super storm sandy delivered hurricane force winds and floods. today it's a nor'easter. making a bad situation even worse. >>> smok
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